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Quantis QRNG PCIe & USB Legacy

Standard certified PCIe and USB Quantum Random Number Generation modules, providing true randomness since 2001

  • Certified by well-known international institutes and governments worldwide
  • 4 Mbps and 16 Mbps entropy data rate
  • Live monitoring and failure detection mechanism
  • Scaling option and configurable random extraction

About Quantis QRNG: PCIe & USB Legacy

First released in 2001, and certified to the highest levels of entropy testing, Quantis delivers true and unpredictable randomness at entropy rates up to 16 Mbps.The product exists in two hardware RNG versions compatible with most platforms:

  • USB device – random stream of 4 Mbps
  • PCI Express (PCIe) board – random stream of 4 Mbps and 16 Mbps

For higher performance, please see the Quantis QRNG PCIe New Generation which provide entropy rates up to 240 Mbps.

Quantis QRNG modules are provided with the Quantis Software that includes drivers for various OS, advanced functionalities such as random data scaling and randomness extraction, and a graphical interface to read and display random numbers and store them in a file.

Quantis QRNG Legacy Certifications

Legacy Quantis PCIe and USB have been certified by multiple renowned accredited test institutions such as the English CTL or the Swiss METAS to ensure national independence and quality.

They have been submitted to NIST compliant test suite and successfully passed NIST SP800-22 and SP800-90B and Dieharder statistical tests.

These certifications helped make Quantis the most trusted RNG on the market. Download the Quantis Certification Collection.

AIS31 validated product versions

Dedicated AIS31 versions of PCIe-4M and USB-4M use specific AIS31 PTG3.0 compliant post-processing and have been tested and validated according BSI test procedure by French ANSSI.

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  • IT Security applications
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  • Password & PIN number generation
  • Random seed generation
  • Mobile prepaid systems
  • Numerical simulations
  • Statistical research
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